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What does transition mean to Nepalese society today?

Dr Bala Raju Nikku

The Head of the Nepal School of Social Work, attempts to capture the historical transition of Nepal from a monarchical regime to a young republic, from a failed state to a fledgling democracy. To an outsider Nepal appears chaotic and many political commentators warn of looming anarchy leading to collapse of the social order and the fragmentation of the nation. Contrary to their belief, the Nepalese communities have managed their transitions pretty well.

STRENGTHS BASED MANAGEMENT OF SOCIAL CHANGE
WITH SPECIAL FOCUS ON TRANSITION COUNTRIES.
Recorded: Sarajevo 16-18 Septembre 2011
Brisbane Institute of Strengths Based Practice Inc

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Dr Bala Raju Nikku

Dr. Nikku is currently the Vice President of the International Council on Social Welfare (ICSW), South Asia Region, a global network of civil society organisations promoting social welfare, social development and social justice. Dr.Nikku served as the member of the South Asia Working group formed by the ICSW during 2008-2009. Recently Dr. Nikku facilitated formation of National Network of Civil societies in Nepal for social welfare. Dr. Nikku was selected as a member of the young environmental leaders of the Global Environmental Governance Project GEG) of the Yale centre for Environmental Law and Policy and College of William and Marry, U.S.A. Part of this program Dr. Nikku, facilitate a national network of young environmental leaders in Nepal.

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